Interlaced, (fr. entrelacé): of any three charges so arranged, such as angles, annulets, or fish(see Salmon); two ordinaries also may be so arranged, e.g. two chevrons or a fesse and chevron may be so treated. But the term is not a very definite one, being used in the place of braced, embraced, fretted, &c.
Gules, a chevron argent interlacing another reversed or--SHEDAN, Scotland.
Argent, a fesse and chevron interlaced sable--KEMPSING, co. Kent.